Tesla Model 3 Easter Eggs (Video)

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Tesla Model 3 Easter eggs … need I say more? This is probably not the most important news item that you’ll ever read here at CleanTechnica, but considering that you clicked through despite the article title…

Tesla’s high-tech image is one of its products’ main selling points, so it’s not too surprising that the company spends time on things like clever little Easter eggs. The Model 3 already has a few of these. These Easter eggs are mostly carried over from the Model S and X, of course. Though, the sparkles and the home intro screen for the Easter eggs are unique. Enjoy!

Editor’s note: Driving dozens of people around in our Model S, I have to say that the Easter eggs are some of the most popular features. Perhaps they don’t thrill as much as the acceleration, but they often actually garner louder laughs and shock. Actually, I’ll admit to loving them myself, especially one not seen here. I’m sure these Easter eggs will add a nice extra bit of flair for millions of Model 3 “early adopters,” their friends, and their families. They are yet another example of that special marketing flair Tesla and Elon have — which is known academically as “having fun.”

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